Two more nonbanks opened trust companies last week, treading further onto turf that private banks once totally dominated.

Fidelity Investments expanded its three-year-old personal trust business by setting up shop in Los Angeles. To run the new California subsidiary, the Boston mutual fund giant hired R. Daniel Banis away from BankAmerica Corp., where he had been a vice president in trust administration

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